As the new product in international markets, "Green Bonds" can contribute singinfactly to the funding of green projects and may be a good complement to brownfields funding.Plans for residential use have been proposed for the Former Sprague Electric facility in NH.
by Nikos Avlonas, President and Founder of Center of Sustainability and Excellence and Visiting Professor University of Illinois
Not a new film of the popular series, a new type of bond known as “green bonds” are an investment tool which can, with what they generate, contribute to tackling climate change. As a consequence, more capital managers are attracted by the idea of investing in these bonds. Following the Paris Agreement, “green bonds” found the spotlight. While there are still questions over what exactly they accomplish, there is rising interest on behalf of many organizations and companies over their actual scope.
Posted May 24, 2021